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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Summer Camp @ La Pintoresca Group C (11-12) - City of Pasadena
This is a 6 week camp that will run from June 27-August 5 from 8-6 pm. (Excluding 4th of July) This traditional camp is high-quality, fun and affordable. Activities include arts and crafts, physical fitness games and challenges, dance, visits to the onsite library at La Pintoresca Park and swimming. Campers play basketball, soccer, volleyball and softball. Instruction is also offered in golf and tennis. Campers are escorted to Robinson Park Recreation Centers swimming pool for recreational swim two times per week. Staff go into the water with the campers and certified lifeguards are always present. Fun field trips are often the highlight of the week. Trips are an additional charge and are scheduled for once a week. This camp is a good fit for active campers who like sports and group activities. The ratio of staff to campers is 1 to 10. Campers are grouped by age, and lunch and a snack are provided. Camp culminates in the annual War Games in which Washington Park Camp and La Pintoresca Park Camps compete in a series of challenges to determine an annual camp champion. Campers are asked to wear sturdy, closed-toe athletic shoes, sunscreen and hats. On swimming days, campers...
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Janette Pollay Program Center
 
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6.26 Miles
Address:
Ordean Bldg Ste G3, Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Community Service, Leadership Development
Roundelay
 
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Distance
6.26 Miles
Address:
Ordean Bldg Ste G3, Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Activities: Youth Programs
Shingobee Timbers
 
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Distance
6.26 Miles
Address:
Ordean Bldg Ste G3, Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Field Trips,...
YMCA Camp Miller
 
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Distance
6.34 Miles
Address:
302 W 1st St, Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Located in tall pine country of NE MN. Camper thrives in caring noncompetitive atmosphere with opportunities to belong.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama,...
YMCA Day Camp Kitchigami
 
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6.34 Miles
Address:
302 W 1st St, Duluth, Minnesota 55802
It is our goal to provide fun and rewarding experiences where campers can make new friends and learn new skills.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor...
Amnicon
Amnicon Hot
 
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17.55 Miles
Address:
8450 E Camp Amnicon Rd, South Range, Wisconsin 54874
Trip Camp. High Adventure. Serving the Lutheran Church & greater community with canoe & backpack trips in the western Lake Superior area.
Activities: Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Camp Heartland
 
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43.54 Miles
Address:
26001 Heinz Rd, Willow River, Minnesota 55795
Camp Heartland provides recreational camping programs for children impacted by HIV/AIDS.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training...
Birch Trail
 
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48.62 Miles
Address:
PO Box 527, Minong, Wisconsin 54859
Birch Trail has one of the country's premier wilderness tripping programs. Camper to staff ratio 2 to 1. We are committed to kids, the...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Centri-Kid Camp - Lynchburg, VA
We will be headed to Centri-Kid July 5-9! This camp is for kids who will have completed 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade! $50 Deposits are due by February 15th to hold your place!

Princess Camp, Teen and Miss Divisions Final Meeting - Littleton, NH
This Meeting will be to discuss the final details and schedule with all Princess Camp Candidates as well as to Meet with the Teens and Misses to go over questions, concerns, outstanding paperwork, requirements and CMN and tentative schedule/checklist. Princess meeting will be from 1-1:45pm and Teens and Misses will be from 1:45-3pm. EVERYONE PARTICIPATING SHOULD ATTEND UNLESS YOU ARE AWAY AT SCHOOL AND NOT HOME YET OR ARE COMING FROM MORE THAN AN HOUR AWAY AND IT'S NOT POSSIBLE. ALL NEW TEENS AND MISSES MUST ATTEND. !! It is also recommended you bring a parent with you so they are informed as well as to what is happening

Kid's Long Camp - Wheaton, IL
3 hours long. Mon - Fri. $150 for the week. Speed Circuits. Strength Work. 2 WODs. Obstacle work. Mobility&Stretching.

MDA 2016 Summer Camp - Cozad, NE
Applications for Campers will be online again this year, and Erin will be sending the link out via email. For any questions, or to receive the link to apply for Summer Camp, contact Tabetha at [email protected]

FL Kids Camp - Melrose, FL
Theme: "Giving" Verse: "God loves a cheerful giver." 2 Corinthians 9:7 Where: Lake Swan Camp 647 State Road 26 Melrose, FL 32666 Who: 1st - 5th Grade children (grade just COMPLETED) OR 6 years old by August 31, 2016 Bible Contest: The Gospel of St Luke Cost: $100/child, $80 each additional, $20 late fee for late registration Registration: www.flkidscamp.org Deadline: Regular registration ends December 5 at midnight. Late registration closes December 12 at midnight Servants: Must have completed high school AND either serve with children in their home Church OR have served at kids camp before Servant Cost: $75

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GEMS World Academy Chicago (PK-2nd Grade) - GEMS World Academy
Take advantage of this window of opportunity and give children a head start by providing them the opportunity to learn Mandarin Chinese. We will learn in a fun, interactive and enjoyable environment by discovering Mandarin Chinese through songs, arts and crafts, games, and dances. In addition to learning daily conversations, we will learn about culture and celebrate holidays. This class will end with a big show at the end of the school year!!! 773.609.5492

Writing to Perform Week 4 - Germantown Academy
Explore the written word through creativity and imagination! Campers will strengthen their language arts skills and public speaking through vintage radio shows, one act plays, and student made original compositions! After Writing to Perform, campers will continue on to Day Camp or MultiSport for Lunch, Free swim, weekly themes, and activties! 267-405-7520

Rumson at JLMC: Woodland Friends Half Day - Junior League Headquarters
Students will explore the wild, and not so wild life around them. As they do so, they will create exciting animal-inspired pieces from a variety of media. From bugs to giant fish, students experience a part of the animal world they may not have considered before. Discovery and self-expression are fundamental to KidzArt programs where creative spirit is nurtured while building friendships and having fun! Please dress for mess pack a snack each day. 732-872-2357

NSC - Week 11 - OLYMPIC GAMES Closing Ceremonies Week - Blaine - National Sports Center
AKA OLYMPIC GAMES and Closing Ceremonies Week will be an extremely active week to start winding the summer down. This week will include a variety of year end favorite sports and games as well as our Closing Ceremony themed awards and presentations. Featured Field Trip - Twins Game vs. Detroit Tigers at Target Field, Thursday August 25 FYI - The actual day camp runs from 9am-4pm though kids are welcome to get dropped off as early as 7am and picked up as late as 6pm. There is so much activity between these hours! Contact us at with questions or by calling our office at 651.447.2454. Thank you! 651-447-2454

Spring Science Camp - 2016 - Pico Park
Let Your Imagination Soar! Spring Science Camp is a fun-packed, one week day camp led by top notch, enthusiastic Recreation Leaders where kids get to have ?Aha!? moments of creativity and discovery while building and playing with unique toys, astonishing gadgets, and fantastic gizmos -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please bring any recycled item for various planned science projects on the first day of Camp. Items can include - soda can, soda / water bottles, newspaper, milk cartons, etc. Field Trip - Griffith Observatory - Wednesday 3/30 Campers must bring a sack lunch daily, and are required to wear a camp t-shirt daily. Shirt fee is $6. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th LOCATION Pico Auditorium ABC at Pico Park

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